How to change your ubuntu version using command?

In this tutorial I’m going to change version 1 to version 2 using command in ubuntu, so follow this tutorial I have to defined in very quick way.

First run below command to check running background distribution version and states

wsl -l -v

Next to change version 1 to 2 using below command

wsl --set-version Ubuntu 2

Now lets check version has been set successfully.

wsl -l -v


Thanks for reading 🙏

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